This is the second in a series of posts looking at the advice provided in the excellent book Think like a UX Researcher, by David Travis and Philip Hodgson, from the perspective of involving people with disabilities in UX research. Part 1 of this series focused on defining the research question(s) an activity should address. In … Continue reading Think like an accessible UX researcher part 2: How many participants?
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